A new gas-oxygen dental anaesthetic machine compared with present day standard machines.

@article{Hunter1959ANG,
  title={A new gas-oxygen dental anaesthetic machine compared with present day standard machines.},
  author={James D. Hunter and Anne Fraser},
  journal={British journal of anaesthesia},
  year={1959},
  volume={31},
  pages={
          367-72
        }
}
THE importance of accuracy in the performance of gas-oxygen dental machines has always been accepted, but the inaccuracy of the flows from the nosepiece when compared with the dial settings has not always been realized. This statement is borne out by the findings of Goldman (1958) in the tables of a recent article on "Deaths in the Dental Chair." The successful and safe use of nitrous oxide and oxygen for dental anaesthesia allows only a small margin of error if consistently good results are to… CONTINUE READING

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